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We believe in measuring and tracking impact - and involving third-party stakeholders to evaluate and help us learn from our work. USAID’s SPACES MERL (Strategic Program for Analyzing Complexity and Evaluation Systems Investing) is helping us do this for the Tanzanian...
This February, the DCLI team visited a pharmacy and blood transfusion center in Abidjan that is benefiting from having a data fellow who was trained by SEJEN and placed by DCDJ (both DCLI projects).
On November 20- 22, 2019 we convened thinkers and doers from across the world, representing more than 70 organizations, to share lessons learned and collective insights into how to empower countries to use data to help improve lives and lead their development.
Join us for three days of practical insights, networking, interactive presentations, music and art to celebrate, learn, and share how data can: transform communities, create data cultures, and improve lives.
The Millennium Challenge Corporation is seeking proposals from U.S., international, African regional, and/or local Lesotho-based organizations to design and implement an evaluation of statistical capacity and data use in Lesotho.
The document highlights the importance of community-centered approaches where governments and donors, construct interventions by looking at a community’s context, needs, and priorities, while concurrently empowering those communities to take the lead on decisions about their own development through access to information and skills.
MCC’s Partnership Annual Program Statement (APS) is the agency’s primary mechanism by which we co-create, co-fund, and co-implement partnerships that support MCC’s ability to achieve its mission and programmatic goals.
DCLI is proud to fund programs that use data training and data innovations to promote gender equality and improve girl and adolescent women’s lives.
Data-driven HIV service expansion, strong partner country leadership, positive HIV policy environment, meaningful civil society and community engagement, and strategic partnerships.
As part of the Data Zetu project, KINASA, a hip-hop group from Temeke District, one of Tanzania’s most populous areas and a PEPFAR DREAMS district with some of the region’s highest prevalence of HIV, launched a song that incorporates data about drug abuse in Tanzania. Check out and share this inspirational, heartfelt and catchy music video.
An exceptional day of training, conferences, debates and networking, dedicated to women’s leadership
On September 25, 2018, 250 ambitious changemakers and entrepreneurs from all sectors (banking, insurance, industry, telecoms, energy, etc.) will gather in Abidjan for Les Heroines, an exceptional day of training, conferences, debates and networking, dedicated to women’s leadership.
Did you know… one in two married Tanzanian women have been emotionally, sexually or physically abused by their past or current husbands. How can we raise awareness about this important issue?
On June 8th, the Data Zetu team organized an unforgettable Khanga Fashion Show at the National Museum in Tanzania to show how data-driven art can begin to change perceptions, culture, and behavior.
We were pleased to expand the DCLI family to include consortiums led by Ivorian data science startup Sejen and Development Gateway and their predominantly Ivorian partners such as ENSEA, COSCI, Fondation Performance Societales, SBC4D and Aconda VS amongst others.
Data Zetu challenged Tanzania’s creative community to design data-informed khangas — fabrics traditionally containing social messages — that promote reproductive health and gender equality.